Local-currency emerging-market debt outlook supported by macro backdrop


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By Bradford Godfrey, CFADirector of Alternative and Asset Allocation Strategies, Eaton Vance Management and Michael A. CiramiDirector of Global Income, Eaton Vance Management

In this Q&A, Brad Godfrey, director of alternative and asset allocation strategies and institutional portfolio manager, speaks with Mike Cirami, head of the global income group, about the outlook for emerging-market debt (EMD), developments in Latin America and how the U.S. election outcome might impact the EMD asset class ahead.